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I think Bravo's not showing the dog Kinsley because of the law suit against them
Seriously, between Forsh (in other interviews) and now Macht, I'm feeling jerked around. I'm not sure how what he said at the end of last week's episode could be construed as anything but romantic love. I get that it's "complicated" when you're as close as those two characters are but seriously, the series has been hinting at this since the beginning. And then the whole episode last week basically had Harvey declaring his love for her by his actions and his words. He kept reiterating that Donna was "different" and that the thought of her going to jail "brought him to his knees". He also told Donna that he thought of them as "one and the same" person. I'm not saying that they have to define the relationship right now but if they play the "You know I love you, Donna." down or push it aside, I might break up with this show. To me, when he said that, it already started their relationship down that path. We've seen how much Donna cares for Harvey, how loyal she is to him and she's even stated that she wished they could have explored a relationship. That's why she was stunned when Harvey told her he loved her. She not only was somewhat surprised those feelings were reciprocated to the same degree but how hard that was for Harvey to say. Donna has been his constant. If he pushes her to the back burner now, it's going to ruin their relationship for me. They're not teenagers or young adults who have a lot of living and exploring to do. They're grown adults. Get a grip and figure it out.
I couldn´t agree more. Just tired. Both just ruined the last episode for me.
Porcupine Girl - that's Raina's tag name in our house now. My daughter gave it to her. We think Mack & Bobbie are working for Stark Industries. All the high-tech stuff just feels like vintage Stark. I'm also glad we'll see more of Skye's mother in flashbacks so our last memory of her isn't the same as Cal's - thrown in a ditch, carved up by Whitehall. We'll actually get to know her, with the end game being that Skye needs to find out about her, too. Speaking of Cal, BEST line of the episode was the flowers one IMO. But, that begs the question - why don't those with Inhuman origins know what they'll become? Their DNA allows them to survive the Terrigan Mist. But, they don't inherit anything other than that from their Inhuman ancestor? Simmons is getting scary. She's representing the total arrogance of humans who assume that anything they cannot control, explain or define should be eliminated or destroyed. She's fear run amock.
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It's "Specter" not "Spector".
Well i certainly wish that i could've been born much sooner since it would've been much Easier meeting a Good woman to settle down with, and having a Family that i always wanted to have which so many others were Very Blessed to have that. Today just too many very high maintenance women out there more than ever which Wasn't the case years ago.
most of all... cece's hair looked just the same as always... I'm confused... ?!
OMG! What a perfect episode, worth all the wait! All the characters got their chance to shine and establish their journeys for the second half of the season. Mack and Simmons are clearly terrified of the possibilities which are now thrown at them (and the world). May and Coulson are trying to keep it all together, while Bobbie and Mack share a secret. Hunter's funny remarks were well placed. Everything worked great together. Kudos to Kyle MacLachlan and Iain De Caestecker. Cal was amazing in his scene and Fitz probably saved the day when he backed up Skye instead of causing more distress for her (especially since it's pretty obvious she's fine as long there's no emotional turmoil...). And he lived the S.H.I.E.L.D. principles, which were called to mind this episode as well, right there! These were my favourite scenes. Raina obviously never got the idea of questioning her granny's stories of 'angels'. It should be common sense that something as far reaching and powerful as the Terrigen Mist can also do pretty much damage to your perfect skin. I'm curious to see her development, she was always someone relying on her appearance. Favourite quotes: "You always did like flowers." (I was thinking the very same thing when I first saw Raina's eye in the mid-season finale and later on pictures of her hand in the promos.)"If I let you write the script no one would say anything!" (You really have to love Coulson.)"It's okay beautiful, I'll show you the way." (Gave me goosebumps!!)
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